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. what is the situation there? what's the latest? >> repter: well, anderson, what we're basically seeing right now is a war of attrition. both sides are dug in. the police aren't likely to push further beyond the embassy, they're there just to protect the perimeter of the embassy. the protesters are the ones now that are going to be squaring off with the police, but they seem to be kind of at a distance right now. it's really who will tire out first. we've been seeing tear gas, rock throwing by both sides, we've seen molotov cocktails, a real battle on the streets, if you will. and these are your hard-core protesters. these are the ones that we've seen over the past year and a half, the ones who are on the front lines of any battle with the police, the most zealous protests, so what we're seeing right now is a few hundred very hard-core protesters battling it out with the police in tahrir square, very close to the u.s. embassy. >> we're also seeing this picture, some laser sighting going on. i'm not sure if that's folks laser sighting the camera or laser sighting one of the buildings. we
of the new aspects. >> john's got special reporting on that all week. anderson cooper starts now. >>> erin, thanks. good evening everyone, we begin tonight with breaking news on two fronts tonight. onlibya, what american diplomats may have been told about the threat from muslim extremists. terrorists three days before the attack that killed four americans in benghazi. we're going to have that but first, what could be a campaign blockbuster, when he didn't think cameras were rolling. the camera was rolling and here's a portion of the video. >> 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. there are 47% with him who believe they are victims, who believe the government has the responsibility to care for them who believe they're entitled to health care, to food to housing, you name it. that's an entitlement. and the government should give it to them and they will vote for this president no matter what. and the president starts off with 48 49 starts off with a huge number. these are people who pay no income tax. >> we got these quotes from "mother jone
under the microscope. >>> this week, md anderson, the largest cancer center in the world make this surprising announcement. they say we're finally in a position to radically reduce the death rate from several common cancers. not some someday, far off in the future, but instead, soon. including cancers like melanoma, prostate, lung cancer, the biggest killer. it is a big challenge, but some say we just simply can't afford the huge cost of new treatments. and we've also heard new ideas before, but this time they say it is different. she was half way through her senior year of college last december when she noticed something strange in her left breast. >> something was just not right. and i knew it was not. and i just felt like it was something not good. >> two doctors told her not to worry. but a biopsy told her the truth. it was cancer. rose linn lives outside houston, but the first thing, they drove to md anderson. this place is big, in fact, a whole center devoted to fighting cancer. hallways, like highways here. and if you're walking, stick to the side. that is the part with
important, cancer cures, under the microscope. this week m.d. anderson, it's the largest cancer center in the world made this startling announceme announcement. they said we're finally in a position to eradicate several cancers. not some day, far off in the future but soon. that includes cancers like melanoma, prostate cancer, childhood leukemias, even the biggest killer, lung cancer. no question it's challenge. for one thing there are some who say we simile can't afford the staringing cost of new treatments and we've also heard big promises before to be sure, but this time they're telling us it's different. >> translate. >> roslyn is 23 years old. she was halfway through college last december when she noticed something strange in her left breast. >> smnlt wasn't right. i just felt like it was something not good. >> two doctors told her not to worry. but a biopsy revealed the truth. it was cancer. roslyn lives outside dallas, bu her father, an x-ray technician insisted they drive six hours to houston add m.d. anderson. the first thing you notice when you get here, this place is big. in
are seeing. >> anderson, we are in thecity of ameet in louisiana. that is the tangipahoa river, and now people living within miles of the banks of the taken -- tangipahoa river were ordered to evac wait, but positive news to report. they are pumping the water out of the lake and appears that cutting a hole in the dam may no longer be necessary. this is just one of the many lingers effects from hurricane isaac. >> reporter: hurricane isaac descended on louisiana tuesday night nearly seven days to the day that hurricane katrina struck. isaac wasn't such a monster, but it was still a killer. parked on top of louisiana, mississippi and parts of alabama. hundreds had to be rescued. what is it like back there? >> sad. water is over the top of the roof. we had to break through the ceiling and come through the attic. >> reporter: others weren't so lucky. the category 1 hurricane has claimed at least four lives in the u.s. and some like jean otoe were trapped in their own homes. >> right now in my attic with my wife and 3 1/2-month-old baby, and the police came around and said that the levee had
to be passed. when you heard these cancers would be included. how did you feel? >> listen, anderson. myself i'm happy to be here. it took 11 years to get here at this point. it's much too long for the families left behind. i'm glad we're here. let's move forward. let's get studies going. those who need treatment treatment they desperately need and let's not forget those who passed away and unfortunately what happened today comes much too late for them. >> sanjay, this news brings relief to a lot of workers suffering with cancer after 9/11. what prompted change in coverage? >> the best we could put it together. this issue was addressed by the organization that oversees this. at that time they said cancers would not be on the list. >> this is new. what prompted it was a study that looked specifically at they could determine what the they looked at that data carefully in 2011, ten years later, they found there was an increased likelihood of developing cancer. about 19% increased likelihood. and talk about all cancers even those brewing shortly after i think it was that particular study more than
on this investigation. good morning. >> good morning. anthony anderson died on friday night after a confrontation with police. his granddaughter's birthday party when officers assaulteda number of family members say they witnessed the event. two detectives are telling a different story. they say they caught anderson in a drug deal. >> they observed him put what they suspected to be some type of narcotics in his mouth in an atttempt to hide them. so they placed him under arrest for that, took him into police custody, put handcuffs on him. he then started complaining of discomfort and pain. it was believed at the time that he may have ingested some of the drugs that he had and maybe was choking on them. >> police say the officers have been placed on suspension with pay pending the outcome of this investigation. more on the story coming up at 6:30. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> baltimore city has a new top cop on the job this morning. he replaces fred bealefeld, who retired last month. anthony barksdale began an indefinite medical leave. he sells them as the city's new commissioner on thu
agenda so i cannot wait, to see. also coming up, anderson cooper joins us live to talk about what is ahead on "the anderson show." >> there is a star-studded lineup this afternoon on anderson cooper. anderson cooper joins us live from new york with a preview. who are these mystery guests? >> it is a packed show. kelly pegler is my co-host. she just shaved her head for a friend of hers fighting cancer. kelsey grammar is on the program and i talked to him about his new family. also to reset from "the real house wives of new jersey." the thing that really outrages me today on the show is that we do patent undercover investigation about how women pay more for everyday things like dry cleaning services and all these products in the store. they get charged more even of the product is the same. it is completely unfair and that will be in our undercover report. >> it sounds like it will be a great show. don't miss that show today at 3:00 right here on abc 7. the american university professor who create controversy when she breast fed in class will be on "katie"this afternoon. she breastfe
a group of marines are there. >> well, anderson, the marines who are there are stations part of the diplomatic mission to secure the embassy. one of the largest contingents of marines protecting a u.s. embassy in the world. but these protesters were predominantly islamist. people who were any about a film that came out which they say depicts muhammad in a bad light, it calls him a womanizer, a homosexual, someone who molests children, things that muslims would find offensive. so there was roughly 1,000 people out there. going and we saw a handful of people storm the embassy, perimeter, they tore down the american flag. security forces on the site. they did show up to separate the protesters from the embassy, but it was a bit late, later after the protesters were able to get in there, a question a lot of people are asking, why the security forces didn't come soon enough and egyptian officials are also right now trying to figure out why they didn't have the response that they said they would have. >> i want to go to benghazi in libya to jamana, who is there. you are in tripoli,
the consulate. there have been condemnations issued, but at the same time, anderson, there are calls on social media sites for more protests in benghazi and here in tripoli. >> fran, you were in libya last week and concerned about the deteriorating security situation. add this to the back grop of what's going on in egypt, how big a deal is this kind of a situation? >> reporter: anderson, we should be very clear. one such breach of an embassy or consulate's walls or security on any given day would be tremendous news. it's very rare. americans remember the takeover of the consulate in tehran in 1979. this is a huge event, if one of these happened. the fact that two of them happened on the same day, that is the 9/11 anniversary where americans are remembering those that we lost, you have to ask yourself what are american officials trying to understand about this and whether or not these are related. this notion that it's about a movie, anderson, there have been calls for the protests in cairo, this has been -- the egyptian officials understood there was a protest planned. how did this day get pic
in the background now? >> actually, anderson, that is protesters firing fireworks in the direction of security forces which are literally right below this balcony and this is happening sort of on an hourly basis throughout the day and well into the night. >> so what is the atmosphere like? i mean, what -- and is this still about that video? >> it is. i mean, we spent some time speaking to the protesters and that obviously -- that video is what they acclaim or explain is the reason for their presence outside of the embassy. but as i've seen in previous clashes here in cairo, a dynamic sets in, where it's really a fight between basically young men who are sort of high on adrenaline against the security forces, and sort of the politics seems to disappear. but obviously, symbolically, the fact that these clashes have been going on around the clock for well over 24 hours, is a worrying thing for an embassy, which for years under the mubarak regime existed quite peacefully. and certainly we saw, you mentioned that statement from the muslim brotherhood, the number two in the muslim brotherhood did pu
to attack america. anderson, i am confident right now, there are people making videos right now. we should be standing up for freedom of speech. and that we will defend people's right to speak out and express their views rather than condemn, quote, hateful videos which are the vehicle, not the cause. the cause is radical islamists. >> do you believe that there needs to be some sort of investigation about what happened at the consulate in benghazi and elsewhere? >> there has to be. there has to be. i also want to emphasize, one, that libya is very weak. the borders are porous, and there is radical islamist elements throughout the country, but still, it is the obligation of the host country to protect our consulatesour embassies and our personnel and it is partially ours but we have to depend on the host country and we have to then sort out and rethink what presence we're going to have and what relationship we're going to have with these countries. >> you were campaigning for governor romney on monday. you hit president obama hard on policy and you said you don't believe the president has th
, is this a wise thing to have been recorded saying? >> well, anderson, whether it was a wise thing to be recorded, or not, it doesn't change the economic facts and statistics before us about how this country has created a tax code for half the people in the country no longer pay. almost half, any income taxes at all. >> you're focusing on that one sentence, on the income tax. >> because it's crucial, anderson. >> he's talking about victims -- his portrayal of 47% of the population as viewing themselves as victims. i think if i was one of those 47%, that might cause resentment. >> i already said to you i don't think that's a word i would have used. i already conceded that point. but back to the point that paul is making. you know, in obama care, they define people who would be eligible to receive a government subsidy on obama care as people who make four times the poverty level for a family of four. that's in the $90,000 range. this is what happens if democrats keep creating these entitlements, these subsidies, providing them increasingly upward in the income scale in the case of obama care to the
tonight, pamela anderson has become the first celebrity cast off. >> pamela anderson. >> playing baseball now, too, apparently. last night was the first lead of the competition and each couple had just one dense to win over the fence. in the end the judges chose. >> i think you do not appreciate her talents. that was a wonderful ryan zimmerman impersonation. >> it really was. [laughter] see was an athlete on the watch. -- on "baywatch." let's talk about the cool weather. >> a touch of summer time tomorrow. outside tonight, here is how our sky looks. the clouds came in but there was also some sunset. i think tomorrow we probably might see one or two lobes and showers. how much warmer it will be tomorrow. we still have weeks to go. november 4. look at our temperatures are now. 68 degrees. that is close to our average high temperature. here is the doppler. what around -- what is around earlier today has all dissipated. any showers if you are heading up to number maryland into pennsylvania, that is where the showers will be. here is another batch out through indiana. all of this is a around a
anderson andis making headlines for what she is not doing off the dance floor. >> hundreds, possibly thousands of birds are using a school as a motel. >> a chilly ♪ ♪ i'd like to thank eating right whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios [ female announcer ] get creamy, dreamy peanut butter taste in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. >> you are watching abc 7 news at 11 with leon harris, alison starling, and bob ryan. >> a wild side outside a montgomery county elementary school. hundreds of birds flew into the school's chimney. something unusual, to say the least. >> this is happening at oak view elementary school in silver spring. we are live with the video you do not want to mess. >> we believe these birds which are in that chimney our chimney -- are chimney swifts. it may be in their best interest to my great s
delaying the inevitable. bad news for brett anderson. bottom of 3 and anderson with a fast ball down the line and past a diving donaldson and two runs score. later in the third and anderson in pain after this pitch strained his right oblique. and then two pitches later, anderson just falls off the mound entirely. he will have an mri tomorrow. really frustrated after the game and poor timing. miguel cabrera and another one tonight. 6-2 the final and a's have lost three in a row. they are now in a second wild card spot half a game behind baltimore. the nfl infood smith $15,000 and his offense was wearing a san francisco giants cap in post game news conferences last season. you are not allowed to wear nonnfl-sponsored apparel of a competing league in the immediate 90 minutes after a game. it is forbidden or you will pay. now the raiders. rather than get into the intricacies of their blocking scheme with five men moving in unison, it doesn't work, or it is not right now. darren mcfaden has 54 yards through two games rushing. his his fantasy owners are in mild panic. ii -- >> i don't play
anderson. bottom of 3 and anderson with a fast ball down the line and past a diving donaldson and two runs score. later in the third and anderson in pain after this pitch strained his right oblique. and then two pitches later, anderson just falls off the mound entirely. he will have an mri tomorrow. really frustrated after the game and poor timing. miguel cabrera and another one tonight. 6-2 the final and a's have lost three in a row. they are now in a second wild card spot half a game behind baltimore. the nfl infood smith $15,000 and his offense was wearing a san francisco giants cap in post game news conferences last season. you are not allowed to wear nonnfl-sponsored apparel of a competing league in the immediate 90 minutes after a game. it is forbidden or you will pay. now the raiders. rather than get into the intricacies of their blocking scheme with five men moving in unison, it doesn't work, or it is not right now. darren mcfaden has 54 yards through two games rushing. his his fantasy owners are in mild panic. ii -- >> i don't play fantasy football. i play real football. everybody
their goodbyes. anthony andersons funeral was held today. anderson died friday night while being arrested for drug possession. his family says the police assault him. police will only say the circumstances of the case remain under investigation. reporters say anderson's debt highlights ongoing issues of police brutality in the city. we >> are tired of the double standards. citizens if they commit crimes, they are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. it is as if the law does not apply to police officers. we want there to be justice across the board. we want justice for the family of anthony anderson. >> city police say the two officer involved are suspended with pay while homicide detectives investigate. and 11 news update. baltimore city police have charged a man after a three- month murder investigation. they arrested a 19--year-old in connection with the shooting on june 19. the 19-year-old was found dead with several gunshot wounds to his body. holt faces first and second degree murder charges. several groups canvassed a baltimore neighborhood in support of the dream act, the ball
at cnn heroes, an all-star tribute, on december 2 know. that's all for us tonight. anderson cooper starts now. >>> good evening, everyone. 10:00 on the east coast. we have breaking news tonight. exclusive new details that you will only see on this program about the attack in libya that killed four americans, including ambassador christopher stevens and two former navy s.e.a.l.s. they died heroes, we have known that, but until tonight we had no idea of just how far beyond the call of duty these two men went. again, you will be learning this right now for the very first time only on "360." new reporting as well on why the assault on the night of september 11th was so deadly to ambassador stevens and computer technician sean smith even though they were holed up inside of what was supposed to be a fortified part of the consulate compound. the attackers doused the building's exterior with diesel fuel, killing smith and stevens with dense toxic smoke. and there's yet more we're learning about the attack tonight as well as other late developments out of benghazi. a large pro-democracy march on t
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